politician. supervisor david campos authorized the plan. >> the 80 airports that have been named after an individual, not a single one of them has been named after an openly-gay person. in fact, there is no airport in the world, to our knowledge, that is named after an openly-lgbt individual. >> in 1977, harvey milk became the first openly-gay person elected to office in the u.s.. he was assassinated in november, 1978. >> i think the most important figure in the history of the lgbt community, and this would be a terrific honor. >> in san francisco, milk's name is already on a public library and an elementary school honoring the gay rights pioneer. at sfo passengers had mixed resglaks i think it would be a good way to honor him. >> no, no, no. sfo. you know, it's like lax. sfo. it's easier to compute everything. >> a name change would cost money to redo signs around the airport and on area highways.